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Posted by LILY on Monday, February 18, 2008 at 2:19pm.

Is 14/3 a rational number? I think so... but I'm confused because if you divide 14 by 3 then the decimal part is .66666666666666666666667. Is that considered a repeating decimal? If it is, then it's a rational number. I'm just doubting because of the 7 at the end. THANKS SO MUCH!!! =D

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